Finland keep education attainment high with high adult PISA score whereas Sweden slop Denmark and Norway hold middle table
Tuesday, 08 October 2013
Finland is known for its impressive educational attainment on the global stage and this impression continues to hold.
An OECD study that measured basic skills among adults - 16 to
24-year-olds in 24 industrialised countries found that Finns are among
the best in the world, ranking second in all three skills tested.
The OECD organised its first study of adult skills this year, looking
at the abilities of 16-65-year-olds in 24 countries for the PIAAC
report. Again, here Finns’ educational attainment is world class.
In the classification Sweden, cane 8th, Demark, and Norway found themselves in the middle of the table.
See eh report here
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